Magnolia is famous for its beautiful flowers. The Magnolia flower is a small yet powerful symbol. It has been used for centuries to communicate love, the power of nature, and peace. The flowers vary from white to light pink and bright pink. The petals fantastically fold out during springtime, giving your garden a fairytale look. Our Magnolia varieties are meticulously hand-grown in our own nursery in Southampton, England. This is your chance to add this incomparable beauty to your garden. Choose your size and colour today! Garden Beauty has a large offer on Magnolia shrubs. You can choose your favourite and have yours delivered to your home soon. We will deliver your order within 3-5 working days. Order now!

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Magnolia are a lagre group of flowering trees and shrubs that are members of the Magnoliaceae family. Today they are native to southern China and southern USA. However Magnolia are one of the oldest plants on earth with fossils of Magnolia plants dating back over 100 million years in Europe, North America and Asia.

What is a Magnolia?

Magnolia are generally hardy plants but there are a few that should be considered frost tender. They grow as shrubs around 2m tall and small trees over 4m tall. There are both deciduous and evergreen forms. They have large green leaves sometimes with buff coloured backs. Magnolia are grown for their magnificent flowers which appear in spring, summer or autumn depending on the variety chosen. Flower colours can be white, cream, yellow, pink, red or purple. Flowers can also be scented.

Where to plant Magnolia?

Magnolia like a sheltered spot in full sun or partial shade with moist but well drained soil. The smaller forms can be grown in patio pots whilst larger plants make great feature plants in gardens.

How to care for Magnolia?

Magnolia are easy plants to grow. Water young and pot grown plants during dry spells. Prune Magnolia after flowering so that there is enough time for fresh growth that will carry next year’s flowers.